I keep reading about Personal Package Archives ('PPAs') and people answer questions with a link to a PPA. What's the best way to use these? There are multiple valid answers for this question ...
How do I install the latest version of gcc and g++? I am using a variety of C++11 and C++1y features; which is why I need this.
I searched for a simple way to create .deb Packages for things which have no source code to compile (configs, shellscripts, proprietary software). This was quite a problem because most of the package ...
Let's assume I have a working application written in C, C++ or Python. I want to create a Launchpad PPA so others can easily install it from a package. Please give step by step instructions for doing ...
My problem is that i want to install latest blender and upgrade it automatically via sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade . So, i tried to add a repository sudo add-apt-repository ...
This is probably a stupid question, but I recently realized that I have no idea why there's no single-user functionality with apt-get. Answers I'm not looking for: "It's because apt writes to ...
All of my google results on this question are about just learning to use synaptic. I've noticed that Ubuntu's TTYtter package is quite a ways behind. TTYtter is just one file (one perl script) so ...
I am trying to run the following command to install a specific version of libssl: apt-get install libssl1.0.0=1.0.1-4ubuntu5.13 As of right now, the latest version is 1.0.1-4ubuntu.14, but I want ...
I'm using the SFML library which - wasn't at all tedious but - took about 30 minutes to get it configured properly. Now the library is available using apt-get, but it installs an earlier version. Is ...
I would like to create an Ubuntu package from a single bash script I wrote. Is there a simple instruction how to build an Ubuntu package, that can be uploaded to launchpad? (I already created the PPA ...
I have uploaded the source on Github but I want to provide the PPA in the README file so that users can directly do sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:foo/project Then update the cache using: sudo ...